Independent Review announced!

 PRECI are delighted to be partners in a consortium to independently review best practice in early childhood intervention and develop a new Best Practice Framework for Early Childhood Intervention. This framework will help to ensure children growing up in Australia with disability or developmental concerns and their families are well supported and have every chance to thrive.

This Best Practice Framework relates specifically to Action Item 2.4 of the Early Childhood Targeted Action Plan (TAP), which is overseen by the Department of Social Services and is one of five TAPs under Australia’s Disability Strategy 2021-2031.

Funded by the Department of Social Services, the consortium is led by Professor Christine Imms of the University of Melbourne in partnership with Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Professionals and Researchers in Early Childhood Intervention, SNAICC – National Voice of our Children and Children and Young People with Disability Australia

PRECI are looking forward to leading the consultations and engaging with all key stakeholders about this critical work.

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 Get involved!

The Early Childhood Intervention Best Practice Framework will be developed through deep consultation with parents, caregivers, professionals and researchers in the early childhood community across Australia.  

The team looks forward to hearing from and working with all those with an interest in supporting the early years of children’s lives as we begin this vital work. If you would like to contribute, or to receive updates on progress please click below to register your interest

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